Ou Tuesday evening a very quiet wedding at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Horace F. Purfie'il was the final act iu what has beeu a soruewhafc seusatioual year of life for at least three persous. At that time Rev. J. M. Gelston united io marriage Miss Mary Purfleld md Mr. A. W. Wier, law '95 of Iowa. After the ceremony the couple took the Miohigau Central train for a short wedding trip to St. Clair flats, after which they will go to a small town uear Masou, Iowa, wbere Mr. Wier will practice nis profession. Sept. T of last year Miss Purfield was married in Ypsilanti to George Paltridge, of Kalamazoo, both under assumed names. The affair created quite a sensationaud after residiug iu Kalamazoo for a month with her husband Mrs. Paltridge retumed home to her pareuts statiug that Paltridge had treated her cruelly. A short time after her return to Anu Arbor Mrs. Paltridge instituted proceedings for divorce on the grouud of cruelty a id that she had beeu married against her will. Tne divorce was granted May 11, 1898, and the wedding of Tuesday night was the result. Mr. Wier, the present bridegroom, was Miss Purfield's accepted lover before Paltridge carne along and forced her into a marriage with Mm.